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Can be very graphic in places, but needed for the story line and I thoroughly enjoyed this book, was not wanting it to end!
I wanted to reach out and "punch" the Captain/Sheriff for his "piggish" attitude towards woman, gays, and others who did not conform to his standards.
I enjoyed the work and "human" relationship between Jamie and Skip, especiallty their dedicated "team work" despite many obstacles.
As for the killer, very interesting story line and another prime example of how our pasts can rear their ugly heads in our current lives if not dealt with.
Two thumbs up for this read for sure! I highly recommend this book.
In the other corner, battling against evil and a narrow-minded boy's club is Detective Jamie Davenport. Along with her unofficial partner Skip, Jamie is plunged headfirst into Louisville transgendered community. Whle battling a downright frigid work environment, her neglected libido and potentially complicated relationship issues, Jamie must track down the killer before another person falls victim - or before the Chief busts her back down to desk work.
I've said before that the hallmark of a good book is two-fold: If you're tired the next morning from staying up late to read just one more chapter (and then another, and another) and if your mind revisits parts of the novel days, weeks, or even months later, like remembered reaility instead of a fictional account. A Blade Away had me on both counts. If Wallen can handle serial killers, the transgendered, cross-dressers and the suspense genre in such a creative, finely-tuned, and insightful way as he's done with A Blade Away, then I can't wait to read his other novels!
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This book gripped me so powerfully and held on until the very last page.Read more